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" Mr. Motley's volumes will well repay perusal. * * * For his learning, his liberal tone, and his generous enthusiasm, we heartily commend him, and bid him good speed for the remainer of his interesting and heroic narrative.—Saturday Review. "
The Last Travels of Ida Pfeiffer: Inclusive of a Visit to Madagascar : with ... - Page 285
by Ida Pfeiffer - 1861 - 281 pages
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Stories for Christian children

Christian Gottlob Barth - 1853
...work. He has in no place spared himself the labour of minute and critical authentication." — Leader. "Mr. Motley's volumes will well repay perusal. . ....liberal tone, and his generous enthusiasm, we heartily oommend him, and bid him godspeed for the remainder of his interesting and heroic narrative." — Saturday...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New York Monthly Magazine, Volume 47

Periodicals - 1856
...satisfactorily than the writings of any of our native historians. From the London Saturday Review. MR. MOTLEY'S volumes will well repay perusal. •...For his learning, his liberal tone, and his generous euthueiasm, we heartily commend him, and bid him guod ppeed for the remainder of hie interesting and...
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History of Friedrich the Second called Frederick the Great, Volume 2

Thomas Carlyle - Prussia (Germany) - 1858
...work. — London Leader. This is really a great work. It belongs to the class of books in which »e range our Grotes, Milmans, Merivales, and Macaulays,...heartily commend him, and bid him good speed for the remoiner of his interesting and heroic narrative. — Saturday Keriejf. The story is a noble one, and...
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A History of Greece, Volume 12

George Grote - Greece - 1856
...This is really a great work. It belongs to the class of books in which we range our Grotes, Milraans, Merivales, and Macaulays, as the glories of English...heartily commend him, and bid him good speed for the reniainer of his interesting and heroic narrative. — Saturday Review. The story is a noble one, and...
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History of Friedrich the Second Called Frederick the Great, Volume 2

Thomas Carlyle - Prussia (Germany) - 1858
...Mr. Motley's gifts as a historical writer are among the highest and rarest.—Nonconformist tLondon). Mr. Motley's volumes will well repay perusal. ' ' " For his learning, his liberal tone, and hia generons enthusiasm, we heartily commend him, and b1d him good speed for the ren1ainer of his interesting...
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The Bible in the Levant; or, The life and letters of C.N. Righter

Samuel Irenaeus Prime, Chester Newell Righter - 1859 - 260 pages
...criticism, written in a liberal spirit, and from first to last deeply interesting." — Athenceum. MR MOTLEY'S volumes will well repay perusal For his...we heartily commend him, and bid him good speed." — Saturday Review. "'TVHIS is an admirable book. J- .... The story is a noble one, and is worthily...
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Who is to have it? By the author of 'The Netherwoods of Otterpool'.

mrs. J C Bateman - 1859
...work. He has in no place spared himself thelubour of minute and critical authentication." — Leader. " Mr. Motley's volumes will well repay perusal. . ....generous enthusiasm, we heartily commend him, and bid him godspeed for the remainder ol'his interesting and heroic narrative." — Saturday Review. " This is...
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Ticonderoga; or, The black eagle

George Payne R. James - 1859
...work. He has in no place spared himself the labour of minute and critical authentication."—Leader. " Mr. Motley's volumes will well repay perusal. . ....generous enthusiasm, we heartily commend him, and bid him godspeed for the remainder of his interesting and heroic narrative."—Saturday Review. force, life,...
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Chateau rouge, or, The reign of terror, tr. by L. Lawford

Alexandre Dumas - 1859
...work. He has in no place spared himself the labour of minute and critical authentication." — Leader. "Mr. Motley's volumes will well repay perusal. . ....generous enthusiasm, we heartily commend him, and bid him godspeed for the remainder of his interesting and heroic narrative." — Saturday Review. " This is...
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Helena Bertram, a tale, by the author of 'The four sisters'.

D. Richmond - 1859
...He has in no place spared himself the labour of minute and critical authentication." — Leader. '' Mr. Motley's volumes will well repay perusal. . ....generous enthusiasm, we heartily commend him, and bid him godspeed for the remainder of his interesting and heroic narrative." — Saturday Review. " This is...
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